Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment 2024 Application Portal

Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment is ongoing. Able-bodied and qualified individuals who are interested in joining the Papua New Guinea Police Force to help maintain law and order in the country are invited to send in their applications.

If you want to know the requirements, the application procedure, and the deadline for this recruitment, read this article for details.

Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment

Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment has commenced. Do you want to apply for this recruitment but do not know how? This article will provide enough information to help you apply for this recruitment smoothly.

The Papua New Guinea Police Force (PNGPF) is the primary law enforcement agency in Papua New Guinea. It is responsible for maintaining law and order, preventing crime, investigating criminal activities, and ensuring public safety and security.

If you are interested in applying, there are requirements that you are expected to meet; these requirements have been listed below in this article. Go through the recruitment requirements and ensure that you meet them as it is the main prerequisite for getting a position with the PNGPF.

Duties of A PNGPF Recruit

These are some of the things expected from a  Papua New Guinea Police Office:-

  • Conduct police duties professionally and ethically.
  • Offering service and assistance to the public.
  •  Employing problem-solving skills, and adjusting communication methods to address community needs.
  • Engage in operational patrols and respond suitably to situations requiring law enforcement.
  • Preservation of public order in Papua New Guinea.

Eligibility Requirements For Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment

If you have read and understood the duties of a Guinean police recruit and you are interested in applying, read these requirements and ensure you meet them before applying.

  • Candidates for this recruitment are required to have completed grade 12 and obtained the original certificate with at least C grades in Language & Literature and Mathematics
  • Candidates are required to have completed grade 12 in an approved Government certified education institution
  • Candidates must not be younger than the age of 29 years old or older than the age of 27 years old.
  • Candidates must be certified physically fit and without any disabilities.
  • Candidates must not be shorter than 158cm.
  • Candidates must not have any criminal records.
  • Candidates must be single.
  • Candidates must showcase a strong commitment to personal integrity, social responsibility, and adherence to the Rule of Law.
  • Candidates must demonstrate the capability and eagerness to understand Papua New Guinea’s laws, regulations, policies, and procedures relevant to the role of a police constable.
  • Candidates must be capable of establishing and nurturing productive relationships with community members and colleagues.
  • Candidates must be adept at following directions and instructions when required.
  • Candidates must have basic proficiency in computer operations.

If you have met all of these requirements, you are well on your way to getting recruited by the Papua Guinea Police Force. See below for a list of documents you are required to attach to your application.

Required Documents for the PNG Police Recruitment

Candidates for this recruitment are to submit these documents alongside their applications.

  • A personal letter of expression of interest duly signed.
  • A copy of the application form (Properly and neatly filled out)
  • A copy of their CV, and personal details.
  • A passport photograph.
  • Photocopies of both the grade 10 and 12 certificates.

Having confirmed that you meet these requirements and possess the required documents, you can proceed to apply for Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment by following the instructions provided in the next section.

How To Apply For Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment

Candidates who have met the recruitment requirements stipulated by the Papua New Guinea Police can apply for the recruitment using the method below:-

  1. Visit the job application portal
  2. Create an account using your contact details (Email and Phone)
  3. Login using the details you used in signing up.
  4. Click on the “Apply Now” button once logged onto the website.
  5. Download the application form and fill it out.
  6. Attach your CV in one file and submit it.


  1. Obtain the application form at the Police headquarters.
  2. Fill out the forms properly.
  3. Attach two references and your academic transcripts and certificates.
  4. Send your application to the address provided below:-

OIC Recruitment and Selection
Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
Police Headquarters
P O Box 85
Konedobu, NCD

Note: Candidates who are successful in this first stage of the recruitment will be required to be present for a screening exercise and if they are successful, they’ll need to write a test to evaluate their cognitive and problem-solving abilities.

Applicants who are successful in the test will be invited for an interview session where their communication skills and overall personality will be assessed. They will then be asked to undergo medicals to ascertain that they are in a good medical condition to take up the job. Physical fitness will also be tested; here, candidates will be required to perform basic exercises like push-ups, running, jumping, etc.

Once candidates go through all nine stages and are successful, they will be officially shortlisted for training for nine months before officially joining the workforce.

If you complete all these processes, you will be shortlisted to undergo training at the National Centre of Excellence, Bomana for 9 months.

Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment Deadline

As of the time this article was written, the deadline for Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment had not been announced. Apply as soon as you can, do not wait for the deadline; however, when the deadline is announced, we will update our page. You can check our page at intervals for updates on the recruitment deadline.

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